Boutique Bungalows

Address: 3 Spurwood Close, Mission Beach, Queensland, QLD 4852, Australia | 5 star b&b
 
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This 5 star B&B, located on 3 Spurwood Close, Mission Beach, is near Mission Beach, Calypso Adventures, Quick Cat Cruises, and Spa of Peace & Plenty.
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    Travel Blogs from Mission Beach

    Capricorn

    A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Apr 04, 2015

    12 photos

    ... broken down an hour south from Hervey, and that there was no ETA for when it would arrive. A perfect opportunity to catch up on our reading! Around 4:30pm all 6 people who were on our bus were put on a shuttle to take us out to the highway to catch our newly fixed bus. Hervey Bay is 30 minutes down a side road from the main highway, so this bit helped to cut time off the delayed buses schedule. It arrived at ...

    Cairns to Mission Beach

    A travel blog entry by kas19 on Dec 27, 2014

    ... later and since it was a BYOB restaurant offered us beer and wine from their stock. It was a long wait for the food but it was worth it and it came out fresh and spiced to perfection. When we had finished and decided to quickly thank Neil and Jill for sharing their drinks we were introduced to his children and grandchildren who also provided tips on Australia. We managed to politely evacuate from the chatty table and made the beach walk back to our hotel to retire for the ...

    Mission Beach - 14,000 feet over it to be exact

    A travel blog entry by laurenfaye on Oct 05, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... emergency parachute as the first one didn't open. Very happy I didn't hear that before I flew up in the breadbin. Once everyone was finished, and certificates and videos had been handed out, we hopped on the bus to have lunch at one of the hotels on the beach nearby as part of our tour package - sort of a 'congratulations you made it' type luncheon I feel. After food and a short relax we headed back to the hostel and launched straight for the laptops to watch ...

    Paronella Park

    A travel blog entry by elvis-on-tour on Sep 07, 2014

    3 comments, 25 photos

    ... ruins. Fire, floods and cyclones have all taken their toll. There is enough of the buildings remaining though, to get a good idea of what once was here. It must have been magnificient in it's hey day. We took the tour of the Park which is a good idea as they tell you a bit of the history. It is such an interesting story that we also bought the book "The ...

    We're going Bananas!

    A travel blog entry by court-n-keiran on Aug 05, 2014

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... the schoolwork. There is quite a few people living here at the moment. There is Peter and Beryl who are probably in their 70's. Everyone calls them Grandma and Grandad. Then there is their daughter Joy and her Indian husband Gordon. They have 6 children, 3 girls and 3 boys. The youngest is 12 and is the only one left at home at the moment. He is homeschooled too. Then there is an aboriginal lady Lilly and the 4 wwoofers and our tribe of 5. We also had ...